CATHOLIC TEACHERS ANNOUNCE 2018-19 PROVINCIAL EXECUTIVE, LOOK FORWARD TO 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS

TORONTO, June 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) welcomes its 2018-19 Provincial Executive, which

takes office on July 1, 2018.

Liz Stuart (York Unit) is entering the second year of her two-year term as OECTA President. The other members of the 2018-19 Provincial Executive are:

Past President Ann Hawkins, Dufferin-Peel Secondary
First Vice-President Warren Grafton, Waterloo
Second Vice-President Barb Dobrowolski, Eastern Ontario
Third Vice-President Andrew Donihee, Eastern Ontario
Treasurer Michel Derikx, Hamilton-Wentworth
Councillor Dean Demers, Kenora
Councillor René Jansen in de Wal, Toronto Secondary
OTF Table Officer Chris Cowley, Brant Haldimand Norfolk

This is a special year for OECTA, as it celebrates its 75th anniversary. Throughout the year, Catholic teachers will reflect on the Association’s stellar history of protecting and enhancing workers’ rights, fostering professional development, and strengthening the province’s publicly funded Catholic education system. The festivities will culminate with the 2019 Annual General Meeting, which will be held in Ottawa, where the Association’s Letters Patent were signed in 1944. 

“Catholic teachers play an integral role in our society. For 75 years, our Association has been positively contributing to Ontario’s education system and championing the common good,” says Stuart. “It is important to celebrate the successes we have had, while we prepare for the opportunities and challenges of the future.” 

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OECTA represents the almost 45,000 professionals who teach all grades in publicly funded English Catholic schools in Ontario.

CONTACT: Michelle Despault, Director of Communications
Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association
(416) 925 - 2493 Ext. 509
m.despault@catholicteachers.ca

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